Halloween safety is always a key topic for pet owners, but as many don't want to put any costumes or 'candy' on their four-legged friends, some dog treats that look like 'candy' can be given out. This will let owners trick-or-treat while allowing their dogs to enjoy Halloween too.
Forget the pumpkin pie; your dog will want a Spunky PupTart instead! This Halloween treat is made with oat flower, chicken, and butter vanilla flavor. It's a delicious combination that will have your pup begging for more.
Ben & Jerry's Doggie Desserts
Ben & Jerry's has created a new line of ice cream flavors for your furry friend. Depending on your pooch's preference, you can pick any peanut butter-flavored goodies this Halloween. These cold treats are made with natural ice cream and peanut butter, so you can rest assured that they're as tasty as they are suitable for your pup.
These frozen treats will be a hit if your dog loves ice cream. They're made from real fruits and vegetables like blueberries, raspberries, spinach, kale, carrots, applesauce, bananas, and more — all combined into a delicious blend that makes for a tasty snack for dogs on special occasions like Halloween. Even better, they can be decorated with sprinkles or any other candy you want to use, depending on the event.
Freeze-dried Liver Treats
These treats are made from 100 percent all-natural ingredients, including the natural freeze-dried liver. They're full of essential vitamins and minerals that dogs need, including vitamin D and calcium. The treats also contain no artificial colors or flavors, so you can feel good about giving them to your pet. This product comes in small or large bags and is perfect for any occasion — especially Halloween!
Zuke's® Meaty Morsels Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin spice lovers will enjoy this treat for your dog. The sweet and savory taste of pumpkin is perfect for any dog. This is a great way to get your dogs excited about Halloween. The pumpkin flavor is subtle but noticeable and won't leave your dogs drooling all over the place. The treats are shaped like pumpkins and are available in three sizes: small, medium, and large.
Even though you want your dog to be a part of all the Halloween fun, that doesn't mean it should eat human Halloween treats. Some of the typical Halloween sweets typically have harmful components for pets. Xylitol, found in candy corn and other sticky candies, is the worst. Therefore, instead of giving your dog candy meant for humans on Halloween, you should provide them with treats prepared just for dogs.